Which goes to show she is not a murderer. so Just leave her be. she's not heartless, she's been worried sick about the other people.Unless the Monday edition of the Madison Courier is pulling a cover-up, there have been no fatalities, at least not yet. Mr. See was flown to UL hospital with what were called "life-threatening injuries".
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8/6/2013 3:00:00 PM
Two thrown from vehicle Friday in KY 227 crash
Two people were thrown from their vehicle during a three-vehicle crash in front of McDonald's in Carrollton, Ky., on Friday.
James and Debra See, both of Wheatley, were in stable condition Monday afternoon after being transported by air to the University of Louisville Hospital after their vehicle was rear-ended, then struck in the side by another vehicle on KY 227.
James See had been transported to the hospital with what were believed to be life-threatening injuries, a Kentucky State Police release said.
The accident happened when 20-year-old Amanda Pope of Carrollton, who was traveling northbound, ran into the back of a vehicle driven by James See, 68, a release said. The crash knocked See's vehicle into a guardrail. The See's vehicle was then hit in the side by another vehicle driven by Janice Loveless, 61, of Mt. Carmel, Ill., who was traveling southbound. Kentucky State Police responded to the scene of the accident after receiving a call from Carrollton dispatch around 5:50 p.m.
Pope was also flown to the University of Louisville Hospital following the crash. No information was available on Pope's condition.
Loveless and two juvenile passengers in her vehicle were not injured.
According to earlier reports, the crash had resulted in a fatality. That information was incorrect.
Toxicology results for Pope are pending, the release said. Kentucky State Police Trooper Jennifer Johnson, an accident reconstructionist, is investigating the crash.